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Green Lake's "Aluminum" Anniversay....

shirtGreen Lake X - Gosh! Can you believe that the Green Lake Triathlon will celebrate its "Aluminum" anniversary on Sunday?

The GL Tri, featuring a 10-year old sprint race and a seven-year-old International event, is one of Minnesota's several awesome "Destination" triathlons, taking its place alongside the venerable Timberman and Northwoods races. This trio of triathlons, a triumvirate, if you will, has been joined in recent years by Chase the Police in picturesque Walker and the relocated Brewhouse, now staged at majestic Island Lake, which isn't really in Canada, though it has that cool, tree-hugging Canucky vibe.

Interestingly, of all of our state's Destinationy tris, Green Lake boasts the largest attendance. Including its Saturday Kid's Tri--Green Lake bills itself as Minnesota Premier Family Weekend--the GL weekend annually hosts 900ish participants. It is deservedly well-loved for its scenery, drinkable lake, humongous transition area and abundant post-race groceries. If you're not currently enrolled, we believe you can still get in. (RACE WEBSITE)

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A Great New Old Race....

lesley(Clint Austin Photos - L - BH women's winner Lesley Rockwood.)

By Clint Austin (Duluth News Tribune)

Sometimes breaking from tradition is difficult, but in the case of the 27th Brewhouse Triathlon, it just made perfect sense.

The Brewhouse moved from its longtime home at Pike Lake to Island Lake this year, and the feedback from the athletes Saturday was overwhelmingly positive.

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Weekend Results...Updated...Again...

brian* Staged on a perfect day at its terrific new "destination" venue, BREWHOUSE XXVII may have been the best BH ever! Eleven-time Brewhouse champ Brian Bich (photo L) called it, "My new favorite race." Story and photos on Monday. RESULTSjane

* In what was arguably his best tri-effort ever, Jeff Grebner won the 3rd annual GRANITEMAN - BIG LAKE TIATHLON on Saturday. His female counterpart was Jamie Heying, who dominated the women's G-Man Tri Series. Talented rookie Larry Hosch topped the men's Series final leaderboard. RESULTS

* 122 of MINNESWASKA's 128 registrants made it to the finish line in Glenwood on Saturday. Leading the way were Denver Rogolla and Julia Lyng. Two of Lyng's daughters, Kelly Koch, 13, and 2013 Junior of the Year runner-up Jane Koch, 16,...

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